Monthly Archives: September 2016

Clann Reign in Roscommon
Clann complete five in a row with devastating first half display.   Clann nA nGael minor ladies completed a remarkable five minor division one titles in a row in kiltoom on Friday evening last by defe... Read More »
Galway LGFA seek Inter County Manager(s)
The Galway Ladies County Board are seeking applications from suitable candidates for the following Inter County Management positions: (1)    Senior & U21 Team (2)    Minor Team (3)    U16 Team (4)    ... Read More »
Cork Edge Dublin
Cork 1-7 Dublin 1-6 CORK are TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football champions for the 11th time in 12 seasons. The Rebelettes sealed six-in-a-row with a narrow one-point victory over Dublin in front o... Read More »
Kildare Banish Bad Memories to Win Crown
Kildare 1-13 Clare 1-12 GOALKEEPER Mary Hulgraine was the star of the show as Kildare atoned for last year’s TG4 All-Ireland ladies intermediate final defeat by going one better at Croke Park this aft... Read More »
Longford Comeback to Claim Victory
Longford 4-10 Antrim 1-12 A second half goal glut sealed a first TG4 All-Ireland junior ladies football title since 1997 for Michael Bohan’s Longford at Croke Park this afternoon (SUN). Midfielder Ja... Read More »
TG4 All Ireland Finalists Teams Named
The 2016 TG4 All Ireland Finals take place on Sunday in Croke Park and the starting teams have been named for all 6 counties have now been named.   TG4 Junior All Ireland Final   Antrim v Longfor... Read More »
Hickey Urges Record Attendance
LGFA President Marie Hickey is urging LGFA members to join us in Croke Park to set our record attendance at the TG4 All Ireland Finals. 2001 saw Laois play Meath in front of 33,000 spectators and this... Read More »